But Anderson isn't ing the critics knocking Facebook for coming late to the video party: "The point is that people weren't really ready for it back then—now is the time, and FB has the userbase," he writes.
Breaking News. People weren't ready for it then, but they are now: Tom Anderson. By John JohnsonMyspace chats Staff.
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